Leep program launched at Gunthers Lane, Bathurst
Brad and Cody, Leep Tech Mates with Kath Spice, Project Officer.

Leep program launched at Gunthers Lane, Bathurst

Gunthers Lane in Bathurst gets the prize for the biggest turnout ever to the launch of a Leep digital mentoring program.  Last Wednesday (11 March) 30 people in Bathurst came to get support from a Leep Tech Mate to improve their tech skills on a phone, tablet or laptop. We…

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Tech Mate Hub launched in Canowindra

In mid-February, Leep launched a Tech Mate program in Canowindra to support the local community to build basic digital skills. We were excited to have a full first session, with some learners coming from surrounding towns Cargo, Manildra and Carcor to improve their skills on their laptops, computers, phones and…

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Leep is launching a digital mentoring hub in Canowindra

Leep is excited to launch its first Tech Mate program next month in Canowindra, in partnership with Cabonne Home & Community Care and with support from the Trading Post café. The program offers free one-on-one support from friendly volunteer Tech Mates, who can support people to build skills on their laptops,…

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Farmers & Friends Online: Digital Literacy for Drought Affected Communities

With funding from Wentworth Healthcare Ltd., Leep is delivering digital literacy services in Lithgow to support communities affected by drought. Digital literacy can improve access to mental health services, access to drought relief funding and information, improve social connectivity and facilitate cost savings.   Leep has been offering one-on-one basic digital…

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Opinion | Cecily Michaels, Leep CEO

The digital divide in Australia: what more needs to be done? Everyday life continues to be more difficult for people who aren’t confident using technology. In fact that disadvantage is quickly growing as more of our lives and access to the services we need moves online. Leep has been working…

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Western NSW Primary Health Network events in your area

The Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN) was established by the Australian Government to support health services. In Western NSW, WNSW PHN offers events and support designed to assist members fo the community in a variety of different issues, such as dealing with drought, mental health and First Aid…

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Royal Commission hearing held in Mudgee

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety Hearing will be held in Mudgee from 4 - 6 November.  ‘The Mudgee Hearing will inquire into arrangements for and issues associated with the provision of aged care services in regional and remote areas, including Multi-Purpose Services. The Hearing will have…

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Bring Your Bills Community Expo, Early 2020, Orange

Free face-to-face support in a variety of issues. Speak to specialist staff and resolve outstanding issues all under the one roof. Bring your energy bills, outstanding fines, legal issues, discuss disability, pension and benefit problems and so much more. Have your hearing tested and grab a coffee. The event has…

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Dealing with Depression in Rural Australia, 19 October, Coonamble

This educational session is designed to assist GPs, GP Registrars, Psychologists, Mental Health Clinicians and Allied Health Professionals in dealing with clients. "Identifying and managing depression in a rural context presents a unique set of challenges for health professionals providing mental health care in their communities." Primary Health Network Dealing…

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